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Does a webmasters attitude impact your decision to join/rejoin a site?

Type: General
Yes, very much 32% 8 Votes
Yes, somewhat 40% 10 Votes
Not much 16% 4 Votes
Not at all 8% 2 Votes
Other 4% 1 Votes

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25 Votes Total

Mar 27, 2014

Poll Replies (9)

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Cybertoad (Disabled)
Somewhat or sometimes, today most websites run themselves as far as customer interaction goes.
So a webmaster attitude would be second to quality, content and filming.

There is a guy I know who works on my cars sometimes, hes kinda a dick. But he does good work, is fair priced but his attitude sucks.

Guess what? I go there still, I only need to talk with him briefly I am not having sex with him LOL.

So ya kinda matters only if they supply poor product and delivery.

03-27-14  08:11am

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Capn (28) Very much for me.

It can make or break a deal quite easily.

Cap'n. :0)

03-27-14  12:28pm

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Wittyguy (105) A few times I've had exchanges with webmasters over a review or comment I've made (usually with them justifying the "quality" they've put out that I apparently failed to see). There are probably two sites I would not got back to given these exchanges and I probably wouldn't anyway.
03-27-14  12:29pm

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LPee23 (24) Definitely, yes. Getting to know the owner at some of my favorite sites has been well worth it. There can be perks beyond regular membership.
03-27-14  05:23pm

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pat362 (373) I've only had few exchanges with webmasters but a bad attitude guarantees that I will never rejoin a site that I might have if he hadn't been a dick.
03-27-14  05:40pm

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Drooler (220) If the site is good otherwise, the webmaster would have to be a total shit before I'd weigh that as a factor on the rejoin decision. I've run into just a small number of in-house trolls over the years. Maybe they had some kind of serotonin deficit or something.
03-27-14  06:06pm

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graymane (33) I've had skirmishes several times with webmasters ....the outcome of which I'm proud to say often resolved the problem. I've even reversed my stand if I feel his argument is justified.

Overall, though, I definitely think its in the best interest of webmasters to respond voicing any grievance they might harbor over any action negatively taken by a subscriber.
The worst being simply ignoring a member's plea for help from those who've just taken their money.

03-27-14  11:05pm

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jberryl69 (Disabled) I've never had a run in with a webmaster, though I have posed some questions after I joined only to get a no answer.
03-28-14  07:01am

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Monahan (42) I've had great experiences with some webmasters and terrible experiences with others. I happily join the sites with responsive and supportive webmasters and will dump a site where the webmaster is a dick.

It may all be psychological but the sites with positive webmasters tend to offer better stuff than the ones with dicks.

03-28-14  10:46pm

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